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Glasgow Warriors have thumped a strong Harlequins team in Perth

Glasgow Warriors handed Paul Gustard’s Harlequins a heavy defeat in a pre-season friendly in Perth today.

The performance of the son of Scotland great Gavin Hastings caught the eye as the Warriors ran out 57 – 17 winners.

The Warriors proved just too hot to handle for the Londoners, with a deluge of second-half tries securing the win in front of 5,918 fans at the pre-season venue.

In fact between the sides there were 11 tries scored including 5 pointers for Niko Matawalu and new signing Nick Frisby.

Adam Hastings, son of Gavin, impressed in a 15 minute second-half cameo, setting up Matawalu for a try and having a ‘huge impact’ on the game according to Harlequins match report.

Following the game Harlequins Paul Gustard reaction was circumspect. “That wasn’t a good enough performance, that’s not acceptable and we need to show more fight and urgency.”

“That is a very disappointing result for us. That wasn’t a good performance. We are Harlequins and that is not good enough. We made too many errors and those two tries just before half-time and just after half-time killed us.

“The changing room is very disappointed and there are a lot of lessons to learn. We need to show more fight, we need to show more urgency and I’m sure we’ll get a good response next week.”

Glasgow Warriors team

1. Oli Kebble
2. James Malcolm
3. D’Arcy Rae
4. Scott Cummings
5. Jonny Gray
6. Bruce Flockhart
7. Chris Fusaro
8. Matt Smith
9. Nick Frisby
10. Brandon Thomson
11. Lelia Masaga
12. Paddy Kelly
13. Sam Johnson
14. Robbie Nairn
15. Rory Hughes

Replacements:

Kevin Bryce, Grant Stewart, Alex Allan, Adam Nicol, Greg Peterson, Rob Harley, Thomas Gordon, Kaleem Baretto, Adam Hastings, Ratu Tagive, Stafford McDowell, Alex Dunbar, Niko Matawalu, Joe Reynolds and Ruaridh Jackson

Harlequins team

15. James Lang (22 appearances)
14. Nathan Earle (-)
13. Joe Marchant (56)
12. Ben Tapuai (-)
11. Gabriel Ibitoye (7)
10. Marcus Smith (28)
9. Danny Care (244)
1. Nick Auterac (-)
2. Dave Ward (c) (143)
3. Phil Swainston (9)
4. Stan South (17)
5. Matt Symons (-)
6. Dino Lamb (10)
7. Luke Wallace (162)
8. Renaldo Bothma (6)

Game changers

Elia Elia (16), Max Crumpton (-), Mark Lambert (234), Will Collier (126), Hugh Tizard (-), Ben Glynn (20), Archie White (21), Dave Lewis (17), Charlie Mulchrone (18), James Lang (22), Tim Visser (61), Henry Cheeseman (14), Charlie Walker (87), Ross Chisholm (90)

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Glasgow Warriors have thumped a strong Harlequins team in Perth